Articles

Homework Made Fun and Engaging with The Help of Garbanzo

Homework can be tough. But with the help of Garbanzo, it doesn't have to be! Garbanzo makes homework more engaging and fun for students of all ages.

Representation Matters: LGBTQIA Inclusion in World Language Classroom Reading Materials

This article argues that representation matters in the world language classroom. It makes the case for LGBTQIA inclusivity in reading materials used in middle school and high school Spanish classes.

4 Ways To Make The Classroom More Comfortable For Students and Teachers During Hard Conversations

Being a teacher, no matter if you are teaching Spanish or Math, has ups and downs. Some days, you have to leave content on the side when there are big emotions.

How to activate Google Classroom syncronization!

A small guide that will give you great results when you sync your classes in Garbanzo.

5 Ideas For Teaching About Sant Jordi in your Classroom

El Día de Sant Jordi is a celebration represented by books and roses. Men give roses to the women they love, and women give books to their partners.

The Garbanzo Planning Companion: At-a-Glance Guide to All Lessons

The Garbanzo Planning Companion is a simple, user-friendly tool that provides an at-a-glance view of all lessons in Garbanzo.

Using Garbanzo Texts as Bell Ringer Activities

One of the teaching strategies that I have found to consistently have a positive impact on my lessons and on student learning is to have a daily bell ringer.

How a chickpea became more than a legume: Garbanzo's origin story

Welcome to our new blog! Garbanzo has become more than an aid: It has become a reliable assistant in making Spanish comprehensible through stories.